THE COLESHILL SCHOOL WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAMME
Work Experience is a period of time spent by students in Year 10 in an adult working environment. The variety of places available is limited only by safety, insurance or security restrictions. The choice is determined by the student and courses chosen in consultation with subject teachers, tutors and with Mrs Bishop, the Work Experience and Careers Co-ordinator at school. This year, Year 10 Students will be spending one week from 1st to 5th April 2019.
Work Experience helps students to:
Depending upon the courses you are presently studying at school, some, such as Health and Social Care, require you to gain a Work Experience placement within that subject area to support your coursework. You may already have a clear idea of the career you wish to follow post 16 and so Work Experience within that area would be your ideal choice. If you have no clear idea what you would like to do for Work Experience, please see Mrs Bishop, Work Experience and Careers Co-ordinator in the Library who will be able to help and support you.
Make sure you discuss your Work Experience placement in depth with your parents/carers in the first instance. If you require any guidance or advice p[lease see Mrs Bishop.
This might include:
If you have any queries about Work Experience please contact Mrs Bishop, Head of Year 10 / Work Experience and Careers Co-ordinator at school. Her office is located within the Library.
Tel No: 01675 462435
Arthur Terry Learning Partnership (ATLP) Governor information can be found on: http://www.atlp.org.uk/
The Governing Body has delegated authority to oversee the running of the school under the 'Scheme of Delegation' as defined by the Trust Board of the Arthur Terry Learning Partnership. A copy of our Scheme of Delegation and other documents can be found here:
|Dewi Jones, Chair of Governors (contactable via the school address)||Community|
|Bhabinder Dhillon||Clerk to Governors|